This little beauty is by Shree and is available. The detail in the muzzle and the toes, and the dropshadowing in the lettering all bode well for his work. He did not disappoint. Shree also showed me his watercolor portraits of his wife, his mother-in-law and his own self-portrait. The first and only artist to show me his portfolio, I am hoping that he is getting a lot of interesting work in South Korea, where he is on a 3-year contract.
Your caption here! This I found at Nepal Arts, and it just cries out for some lettering. The back of this painting has some graffiti. Also available.
I found this one in the 'for sale bin' at Nabin's studio in 2004. There were two, and I only bought one, not knowing at the time that I would become the 'world's biggest collector' of these signs. And, no, I'm not fat -- I just have a lot of these signboards! It's available. NOW SOLD.
Lastly, we have this by Ramesh of Om Art. There is a lot of reworking in the nose and the tail was shortened. This signboard is on recycled metal, with writing on the back, and is available.
Place your orders for commissions soon! The 5th Danger Dog trip is beginning soon. Remember, you get three portraits of your pet from three different artists. You only pay if you are satisfied with the art. Please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org for more info.